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an old movie poster for the film sudan, starring actors from left to right
z079 SUDAN one-sheet movie poster '45 Maria Montez, Jon Hall
SUDAN (1945) Maria Montez, Jon Hall
a man wearing a red and white hat with tattoos on his face is looking at the sky
Usamah Mohamed أسامة on X
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a woman in a purple dress with her hands on her chest and the words desy ins above her head
a man sitting in the window of a blue train
1000 Portraits From Sudan
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an old black and white photo of a woman bending over
A Beri woman of Northern Sudan dancing.
a man and child are sitting in the driver's seat of an old bus
Sudan
Sudan
a painting of a man riding on the back of a white horse with a spear in his hand
Desert and River at war: the Military History of Egypt North Africa & the Maghreb
Desert and River at war: the Military History of Egypt North Africa & the Maghreb
an elephant with tusks is shown on a blue and white ticket for the grand hotel khartaum
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War, British Soldier, British Invasion, Armor, Military History
History: Armies of the Mahdi (1881-1898) - Warlord Games
a man wearing a green scarf standing in front of other men
Khartoum Dervishes
One of the "whirling dervishes" at the Al Nil (or Al Neel) mosque in the Omdurman area, just outside the Sudanese capital of Khartoum. The dervishes practice the Sufi style of Islam, sometimes known as “Islamic mysticism.”
two men holding flags standing next to each other in front of a white background with red and blue accents
Desert and River at war: the Military History of Egypt North Africa & the Maghreb
Sudanese Mahdist tribal infantry 1880 - 1900
a white coat with black and brown patches on it
Sudanese miltary uniform
Sudanese miltary uniform This was worn by a member of a Muslim army more than 100 years ago. The patched tunic was intended to look ragged, inspired by the patched clothing of Sufi Muslim holy men, known for their extreme poverty and austerity, the patches signifying contempt for worldly goods.
Jibbah, the basic uniform worn by soldiers of the Mahdi Dervish army in Egypt and the Sudan in 1885 - 1886. It is a simple, cotton smock, with coloured patches. This one was brought back as a trophy by a British officer. The uniform of the Dervishes was based on the Madhi's clothes. The red and blue patches were originally a symbol of poverty and asceticism. Outfits, Ethiopian, Historical Clothing, Historical Costume
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Jibbah, the basic uniform worn by soldiers of the Mahdi Dervish army in Egypt and the Sudan in 1885 - 1886. It is a simple, cotton smock, with coloured patches. This one was brought back as a trophy by a British officer. The uniform of the Dervishes was based on the Madhi's clothes. The red and blue patches were originally a symbol of poverty and asceticism.